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Webley Mark VI revolver

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Grayrock, Oct 1, 2006.

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  1. Grayrock

    Grayrock Member

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    I have a buddy who has enlisted my help to find a part for the above named revolver. He needs a new hammer. I checked Brownell's and Midway with no luck and searched THR. Anyone have an idea where he can get a new hammer? The spur broke off - he said the metal "crystallized". Any ideas?
     
  2. jondar

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    You might try Sarco (check Google Sarco gunparts) or Gunparts (check Google for Gunparts) or failing that list on GB forums Want Ads. I have found about 50% needed parts there.
     
  3. mrmeval

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    The hammer on mine has had a new spur welded on, filed to shape and polished and it looks to have been reheat treated afterward.

    Talk to a gunsmith specializing in wheel guns about it.
     
  4. guysajer1942

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    I've got Webley parts

    I have a great selection of Webley MK III, IV & VI parts available including the hammer you need. I also have original unmodified MKVI .455 cylinders and barrels.
    Email me at guysajer1942@yahoo.com or check out my Ebay auctions for some of me Webley parts under the name guysajer1942.
    Jeff
     
  5. Grayrock

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    guysajer1942- you are just what I was looking for. I shall forward your contact info to my friend with the Mark VI. Thanks.
     
  6. eastwood44mag

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    FFR

    e-gunparts.com is supposedly able to find anything.
     
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